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City leaders gather at Marathon bombings symposium

City leaders gather at Marathon bombings symposium

Top city officials agreed that communication and preparedness are essential to responding effectively to emergencies such as the […]

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2 slates vying for seats on SG Executive Board

Boston University Student Government hosted an Election Kickoff Monday afternoon in the George Sherman Union Link […]

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BUSI screens film about gay men in Israel

To encourage students to view Israel as a progressive nation and foster dialogue about its evolving […]

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CAMPUS CRIME LOGS: March 17 – March 23

The following reports were taken from the Boston University Police Department crime logs from March 17 […]

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Several Boston University faculty members earn rank of full professor

Thirteen Boston University faculty members have been promoted to full professorships in recognition for their teaching, […]

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College of Engineering students group host 1st ever Hackathon competition

College of Engineering students group host 1st ever Hackathon competition

Boston University student groups teamed up with the College of Engineering’s department of Electrical and Computer […]

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Rankings pose risk to institutions of higher education, study suggests

A report released Wednesday by the American Council on Education criticized the Obama administration’s 2013 proposal […]

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College graduates account for increases in earnings, study suggests

College graduates account for increases in earnings, study suggests

Earnings growth and employment in the United States have been almost exclusively fueled by individuals with […]

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Finances top priority for college applicants, study suggests

Finances top priority for college applicants, study suggests

While a recent study indicates that financial aid is the major concern for college applicants, Boston […]

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SAR researcher receives multimillion dollar grant to develop hearing aid

A Boston University professor was awarded a $2.75 million grant to conduct research on an advanced […]

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